Page ContentFemale Urology Specialist, Benjamin Dillon, M.D. Dr. Dillon featured in the Houston Chronicle: "Sometimes the cure for pelvic prolapse is worse than the condition."Kelsey-Seybold urologist Dr. Benjamin Dillon is one of only a few urologists in Houston specializing in Female Pelvic Medicine, Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery and Neurourology who’s fellowship-trained.Board certified in Urology, Dr. Dillon's clinical interests include incontinence (male and female), pelvic organ prolapse, voiding dysfunction, neurogenic bladder, pelvic floor reconstruction, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and urodynamics.Most Incontinence Is TreatableEven with your doctor, it’s not the easiest condition to discuss – urinary incontinence. But Dr. Dillon will put you at ease and help improve your quality of life.Learn about the types of incontinence and the different incontinence treatment options that are available. Personalized Treatment Options for Pelvic ProlapsePelvic organ prolapse is a common women’s health condition in which certain internal organs move or drop as a result of weakened muscles, ligaments and connective tissue in the pelvis. Left untreated, pelvic organ prolapse almost always gets worse.For women seeking treatment, both surgical and non-surgical options are available. The good news is that prolapse generally isn’t life threatening.